The report follows revelations in Taiwan last month that more than 100 contaminated products from Fukushima were being sold in stores under false labels.
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Tags: 4 years, contamination, continuing, crimes against humanity, criminal, disaster, environment, fukushima, impunity, Japan, radiation, Tepco
In what should be considered an ongoing Crime Against Humanity, poisoning the Pacific Ocean with uncontrolled releases of radioactivity, the Fukushima debacle continues 4 years on.
he nightmare continues at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant, which suffered three reactor core meltdowns and is plagued daily by increasing amounts of radioactive water.
Everyone responsible should, of course, be tried and imprisoned. Tepco should be dissolved and replaced immediately. An international force of experts and aid should descend upon the site and stop the radiation from entering the ocean. Atomic power should be outlawed as an unnecessary risk, and plants shut down permanently.
Tags: cancers, censorship, coverup, disease, fukushima, Japan, media, radiation
Already, 85 children have had surgeries for thyroid cancer, there are 112-113 children who are suspected of having cancer. When children get cancers it progresses very quickly. The former person in charge of health, Yamashita Shunichi, said it would be only a 1 in a million chance of children getting any kind of cancer because of radiation. But he was lying. Right now, it’s like 1 in 3,000 — it’s an epidemic
The head of the National Cancer Research Center estimated right now in Fukushima the rate of cancer has gone up 61 times. And yet the gov’t and also the hospitals related to the gov’t are saying this is not because of radiation.
Report From Fukushima And The Abe Government Expansion And Export Of Nuclear Plants
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This explains why my Future Children of Fukushima article and the Chernobyl Horrors page have been the most viewed pages/articles I’ve ever posted. I’ve not met a nuclear apologist yet who could withstand the avalanche of evidence.
“I am a newscaster, but I couldn’t tell the true story on my news program,” says Jun Hori, a former anchor for NHK, the Japanese state broadcaster.
Hori says the network restricted what he and other journalists could say about Fukushima and moved more slowly than foreign media to report on the disaster and how far radiation was spreading. The attitude in the newsroom was not to question official information
Japan has dropped 31 places since 2011 in a World Press Freedom ranking compiled by the group Reporters Without Borders.
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” contamination in the east part [of Tokyo] is 1000-4000 Bq/kg and the west part is 300-1000 Bq/kg. […] 0.5-1.5 Bq/kg before 2011. […] Tokyo should no longer be inhabited […] Contamination in Tokyo is progressing, and further worsened by urban radiation concentration”
Sure enough every single fish without exception was radioactive. Every single one. They were all like clones of each other… all the same [levels of radioactive cesium from Fukushima].
Tags: cesium, contamination, crimes, deception, fish, food, fraud, fukushima, ingestion, Japan, junk science, Lies, models, poison, radiation, science
Question: How much radioactive cesium is safe to eat?
“On average, fish in the 33,000 tests had 18 becquerels per kilo of radioactive cesium… Some fish samples tested to date have had very high levels of radiation: one sea bass sample collected in July, for example, had 1,000 becquerels per kilogram of cesium.” –CTV
The Japanese government is now responsible for contaminating a large swath of the north Pacific and the fish that live in that irradiated environment. This contamination is undeniable and continues daily constituting a crime, a massive crime on a scale seldom seen. The collusion of other nuclear states in trying to minimize the perception of harm from this contamination makes them partners in the crime. Fukushima is perhaps the greatest environmental crime ever perpetrated and it continues every day.
Legions of troll shills — and deluded true believers — attempt to type away the real harm spewing into the ocean. They rely on old and discredited studies to pretend that the cancer and disease risks are negligible (to them), and that we should just accept this poisoning without taking action to oppose them. This immoral position they hold must be challenged and their junk science called out as a fraud.
Cancer Risk Model Undercounts Victims:
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I have to say something.
“Full-scale removal (from the accident-stricken unit) is a very important process in moving ahead with the plant’s decommissioning,” Tepco spokesman Masayuki Ono told a press conference adding that the experience will be useful in dealing with the three other units that were damaged in the 2011 nuclear crisis…
Once the container is filled with 22 fuel assemblies, it will be put on a trailer and taken to another pool in a different building about 100 meters away, which is expected to provide more stable conditions for keeping the fuel cool.”
Two and a half years after 4 meltdowns destroyed the nuclear reactors at Fukushima, TEPCO is finally going to try removing fuel rods from the destroyed pool, before they ignite and release more Chernobyl level catastrophes into the environment.
It’s quite beyond me why everyone responsible at TEPCO for this travesty isn’t in prison, or better yet, chained to a workstation in the radioactive plant.
But let’s examine these wondrous revelations from Japan (which should also be held responsible for contaminating our coastline). What does this tell us?
“the experience will be useful in dealing with the three other units
It means they have no idea what they are doing in the slightest. They never prepared for a situation where they would have to simply remove the dangerous fuel and store it elsewhere after a disaster. TEPCO is manufacturing, dangerously storing, and babysitting the most deadly substances on earth, but they are still muddling through how to actually handle them safely. This is Strangelove-level absurd.
What else does this article reveal (other than glossing over very real Crimes Against Humanity)?
“100 meters away, which is expected to provide more stable conditions for keeping the fuel cool.”
A wonderful 100 meter safe buffer, still in a tsunami and earthquake zone with several destroyed hot nuclear reactors that could make further repairs and excavation impossible if conditions worsen. These are the best and brightest minds Japan has to offer? Seems this is a TEPCO special, patently criminal in every respect with no accountability for the consequences of their catastrophic decisions – not in the past, nor in the future.
But hey, the nuclear industry is gonna save us! It’s environmental and green! Right. I’m so glad we’re in the Post Truth Age. Nothing matters anymore, because you can buy your way to a semi-plausible fairy tale out there in the media, and in the minds of the ignorant.